13 Feb 2019
2019 DGL Introductory Meeting: North America (Virtual)
Virtual Roundtable providing key updates from the Asia region and looking at plans and activities for the year ahead
To celebrate the start of the year and Chinese New Year of the Pig, Community Business is holding this DIAN Global Link Introductory Meeting for Global Heads of D&I. In addition to facilitating introductions and sharing plans for the year ahead, we will provide key updates from the Asia region and and look at trends in D&I activism in Asia.
This event is open to current DIAN Global Link representatives as well as those who are interested to find out more.
Kate VernonmoreExecutive Director, Community Business
Tina ArcillamoreSenior Manager, Diversity & Inclusion in Asia Network (DIAN)
Executive Director, Community Business
As a leading member of Community Business since 2005, and the author of numerous pieces of research exploring Diversity and Inclusions issues in Asia, Kate has played an instrumental role in building Community Business as an organisation, and establishing and strengthening its position as a thought leader.
Prior to Community Business, Kate worked for 12 years in the private sector, holding senior international marketing positions for global companies such as Reed Elsevier, Aspect Telecommunications, Cable and Wireless, and PeopleSoft.
Graduated from Durham University, Kate holds a Bachelor degree (first class) of Arts in Chinese Studies.
Senior Manager, Diversity & Inclusion in Asia Network (DIAN)
Tina was lauded for her student activism and her work on various official and student-led publications when she studied in university. She was also awarded the Gerry Roxas Leadership Award, a national accolade for young leaders in the Philippines.
Prior to joining Community Business, Tina was a corporate governance advocate working with the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) of Philippines. There she managed ICD Fellows membership, updated Professional Directors Programme, developed bespoke board governance tools for a major bank, and helped organise the 2009 OECD Asian Roundtable.
Graduated from the University of Asia and the Pacific in Manila, Philippines, Tina holds a Bachelor degree of Arts in Political Economy. She is fluent in English.